Waiting in Lucky Aide for Lois to end her shift, Reese and Malcolm cause trouble, which leaves Dewey unobserved and able to nick something expensive from the store. Lois tries to make a ... See full summary »

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Hal
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Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)
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Craig Feldspar (as David Higgins)
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Mr. Pinter
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Julie Houlerman
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Tanya
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Bridget
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Dina
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Waiting in Lucky Aide for Lois to end her shift, Reese and Malcolm cause trouble, which leaves Dewey unobserved and able to nick something expensive from the store. Lois tries to make a point about "doing the right thing" and loses her job in the process. It also leaves the family with less income, bad food and Malcolm stressed out, especially because he already is in emotional despair over Julie Houlerman. Malcolm gets caught in an awkward social situation and Lois struggles between standing up to the man and providing for her family. Meanwhile Francis gets a break from the academy as honor guard for a beauty pageant. Every cadets dream come true? Written by MetaControl

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19 March 2000 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The Cognac Dewey steals from the Luck Aid is a Leopold Gourmel Cognac Aged Du Fruit. See more »

Goofs

In the cold open Hal returns to a work table outside the house. We see him place his left hand on a block of wood and hear the sound of the drill. Change camera and the drill is in his left hand.

On a change of camera several items have moved. Notably the thermos flask, the jar of nails and the circular saw guard attachment. See more »

Quotes

Malcolm: [Hal is hospitalized after eating blackened peaches mistaking them for Olives and breaks wind] First one who laughs get their ass kicked.
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Connections

References My Mother the Car (1965) See more »

Soundtracks

Sweet Home Alabama
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Written by Edward King, Gary Rossington, and Ronnie Van Zant
Performed by Alexandra Picatto
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